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What’s Korean Cinema? 4: Castaway On The Moon (2009)

Temporarily aborting Stoo’s ongoing series of examining beloved Korean cinema of his, Ken jumps in to provide his picks but now it’s open season on What’s Korean Cinema. Meaning the obscure and underrated will get its chance to shine whether deserved or not. 2009’s Castaway On The Moon fully deserves it though and helping Ken with the discussion of director Lee Hae-joon and his actors is Paul Quinn from Hangul Celluloid and Rufus L de Rham of cineAWESOME!

This podcast also marks the official contribution by the Podcast On Fire Network to the 2012 Korean Blogathon by New Korean Cinema and cineAWESOME! so look out for that starting March 5th!

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What’s Korean Cinema? 2: Welcome To Dongmakgol

 

Stoo, Ken and special guests Rufus L de Rham from VCinema (vcinemashow.com), cineAWESOME! (cineawesome.com) and Martin Cleary from New Korean Cinema (newkoreancinema.com) dive deep into the war-comedy-drama Welcome To Dongmakgol. Korean cinema needs 2 hours. So do we.

Episode 2 of What’s Korean Cinema? is also the contribution by the Podcast On Fire Network to the 2011 Korean Blogathon that is starting today and is co-hosted by our special guests Rufus and Martin! Please visit and support it and you’ll experience views from all over the web about Korean cinema for an entire week. And who knows, you might find some new writers and even podcasts to bookmark for the future. So thank you to anyone who found us via the blogathon!

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